So, been having a very annoying problem, as randomly during play, my computer will just crash (It crashes in the way that the screen will go completely blank and the PC restarts right after, kind of in the same way, as if you'd just hit the reset button) but only during high-performance games.
My power supply should be fine, after using some online calculators, my power supply gives 500 W, and multiple calculators put my usage at around 370 W.
I know it's not an overheating problem either, I have logged both the temperature of my GPU and CPU, and none of them get very hot before every crash, most of the time, they're rather cool.
Video card: nvidia geforce 960
CPU: intel core i5-4460
Ram: 4 * 4 DDR3 ram
Motherboard: MSI B85M-E45
OS: Windows 10
There's also another thing about the crash that might be worth mentioning, after the crash, my backside USB ports have to be plugged in and out to work afterwards (no idea why), but even that seems random.
There doesn't seem to be much of a pattern, other than I can play simple games normally, and this happens only during more complex games.
When it started is unknown, installed some new ram, then left it alone for a while, came back, this problem came up. Tried removing new ram, no change.
I'm honestly lost here people, I can't see a reason for the crashes, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
(also, I'm sorry if this wasn't the right forum, but it was the closest thing to my problem, that I could see)